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A federal district court in Rhode Island has ruled that lawyers sued by clients who alleged a count for deceptive advertising were entitled to be defended by their insurer under a directors and officers liability insurance policy that excluded claims “related to the rendering of, or failure to render, professional services.” The court found that the claim was not related to the rendering of professional services, and concluded that the exclusion did not apply.

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